Real Betis predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 29
- Winning Bets: 12
- Average Odds: 2.85
- Overall Stake : 198
- Profit: 200.87
- Yield: 1.45 %
The green-and-whites’ instability has become a sort of running joke in La Liga, even among their supporters. Since their latest promotion in 2014/15, they’ve ended each season in a different quarter of the table. That said, the past 3 seasons they’ve been recording incrementally worse results - and the drop is quite jarring. They’ve gone from 6th to 10th to 15th.
As such, predicting where Betis will end up in 2020 is a nightmare. La Liga outright betting odds seem to be fairly optimistic due to the change in management with 1.5 odds on a Top 10 Finish. Considering the horrendous performance last season and the fact they earned more money through transfers than they spent, we wouldn't suggest taking that bet. If the current trend continues, even a relegation at odds of 29.00 seems more realistic.
Betis Key Players
Nabil Fekir turned out to be a great purchase last season, though his efforts in the midfield were not enough to turn the tide. Either way, Real Betis went through yet another change in management, which again doesn’t bode well for the upcoming season.
Giovani Lo Celso officially left for the Spurs after a costly 1-year loan. Some supporters blame the squad’s sluggishness during transitions on his absence, but it’s hardly the only issue. Others hoped that the hefty fee of €32.00 million would be put to good use, but that hasn’t been the case. Instead, almost all arrivals this year are free transfers and loans.
To be fair, though, some of them were a great deal. Right-back Martín Montoya came over from Brighton, and Man City’s Claudio Bravo will give the team some options in terms of goalkeepers.
The Sevilla-based club will have naturally the biggest rival in Sevilla FC. Besides just geographical co-existence, plenty of other things stand between two clubs.
Since the Betis supporters see themselves as a working-class club, they have collected a huge fan-base. On the other hand, FC Sevilla have achieved significant results in European competitions in the last decade. These circumstances produce this derby in fiercest city derby in Spain.
The club was founded in 1907, named by river Guadalquivir, which Romanian name was Betis. In their long history, green-whites won one league title and Copa del Rey on two occasions. Due to the fact that they were relegated so many times, supporters moto is “Long live Betis even when they lose”.
Betis play domestic matches at Benito Villamarin stadium, named by the former club president. With a 60720 seat capacity, it is one of the most crowded stadiums in Spain.
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